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Heinz 114oz Tomato Ketchup #10 bottle Walmart B&M YMMV $2

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Heinz Ketchup Tomato Canister, 114 oz #10 Bottle clearance to $2 in most places.

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Walmart.com for reference:
https://www.walmart.com/ip/Heinz-...z/11979968

You'll find it in the bulk foods section (usually near mexican food). My local didn't have it marked, rang up just fine.
Bottle is compatible with Heinz Easy Pump, such as this:
https://www.amazon.com/Heinz-Easy...01NH5B266/
walmart did carry them, but I don't see them anywhere but 1 store, oos. also works with 104oz/46oz Heinz mustard, 50oz 57 Sauce, and Heinz 49oz Steak Sauce.
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$5.82 everywhere near me
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$2 at this Walmart....
Walmart #3159
1 Teterboro Landing Drive
Teterboro NJ 07608
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$2 at this Walmart....
Walmart #3159
1 Teterboro Landing Drive
Teterboro NJ 07608
Thanks going to. Try there tonight it's right by me.
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A few in the STL area. Telegraph in South County and Watson I believe.
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Looks like about 25% of stores are at this price point right now.
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That's a lot of ketchup. Do most people refrigerate their ketchup? I never do because I hate putting cold ketchup on my food. I know the bottle says refrigerate after opening, but this stuff has so much vinegar and sugar in it that it should be self preserving. I've never had a spoilage issue.
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$5.82 everywhere near me
Even for $5.82 it seems a great deal for this amount.
I had no idea ketchup could be so cheap.
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That's a lot of ketchup. Do most people refrigerate their ketchup? I never do because I hate putting cold ketchup on my food. I know the bottle says refrigerate after opening, but this stuff has so much vinegar and sugar in it that it should be self preserving. I've never had a spoilage issue.
My personal preference is cold ketchup. But to answer your question, no you do not need to refrigerate ketchup even after opening. If this were actually true, you wouldn't find it constantly sitting out on tables at restaurants.

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My personal preference is cold ketchup. But to answer your question, no you do not need to refrigerate ketchup even after opening. If this were actually true, you wouldn't find it constantly sitting out on tables at restaurants.
It is used a lot quicker in restaurants though
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That's a lot of ketchup. Do most people refrigerate their ketchup? I never do because I hate putting cold ketchup on my food. I know the bottle says refrigerate after opening, but this stuff has so much vinegar and sugar in it that it should be self preserving. I've never had a spoilage issue.
I stopped putting my ketchup in the fridge several years ago because it doesn't actually need to be refrigerated. Better to take up space in a cabinet than the fridge.
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That's a lot of ketchup. Do most people refrigerate their ketchup? I never do because I hate putting cold ketchup on my food. I know the bottle says refrigerate after opening, but this stuff has so much vinegar and sugar in it that it should be self preserving. I've never had a spoilage issue.
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My personal preference is cold ketchup. But to answer your question, no you do not need to refrigerate ketchup even after opening. If this were actually true, you wouldn't find it constantly sitting out on tables at restaurants.
+1 cold ketchup.. i get mad when i dont have a second bottle of cold ketchup ready to go.. nothing like dipping frys that are burning hot in cold ketchup.... cold ketchup on popeyes cajun rice.. dont knock it until you try it!!
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It is used a lot quicker in restaurants though
Agree, but they just dump new ketchup into the existing bottle. If it were a bacterial concern, that wouldn't pass health inspection.
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That's a lot of ketchup. Do most people refrigerate their ketchup? I never do because I hate putting cold ketchup on my food. I know the bottle says refrigerate after opening, but this stuff has so much vinegar and sugar in it that it should be self preserving. I've never had a spoilage issue.
I'm with you. No on refrigerating ketchup. My suspicion without evidence is they tell you to refrigerate it to cover their butts legally.
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I prefer cold ketchup but I don't really think it matters. Since this is sold at pretty much every Wal-Mart and would be aimed at your average consumer with an average sizes refrigerator, it wouldn't make much sense to store this huge container in the fridge and it's even more invasive if you factor in the pump too.
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